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Revelator picks Stripe to provide NFT payment infrastructure

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Rights management platform Revelator has partnered with Stripe to provide payment infrastructure for NFTs.

Stripe will allow people to use a credit card to purchase digital collectibles directly from artists, with no additional digital wallet required. "By offering fans the ability to purchase using their credit cards, Revelator has optimised for simplicity and conversion of web2 users into web3 buyers," said the company in a statement.

Revelator’s platform has integrated web3 function...

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Emmanuel is a Washington, DC-based freelance journalist, blogger and media consultant, specialising in the entertainment business and cultural trends. He was the US editor for British music industry trade publication Music Week. Previously, he was the editor of Impact, a magazine for the music publishing community (2007-2009), the global editor of US trade publication Billboard (2003-2006), and the editor in chief of Billboard’s sister publication Music & Media (1997-2003).

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Cyanite acquires sample platform aptone

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Berlin-based AI-powered music tagging and search firm Cyanite has acquired AI-based sample platform aptone, in a transaction that will "allow Cyanite to drive international growth and expand its AI solutions for the music industry."

aptone is an AI-based service used by music producers to classify and search samples. Cyanite said the acquisition of aptone will help the company to "achieving its vision of creating a universal intelligence that understands, indexes and recommends the world’s ...

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Analysis: The British initiative should inspire the global music sector find solutions to fix metadata and streaming

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When the UK Parliament's DCMS Committee started looking into the economy of streaming three years ago, no sane bookmaker would have bet a penny on the chances for the initiative to deliver anything in the long run. 

But here we are, two years after the DCMS report calling for a "reset" of the music industry, and this week saw an acceleration of the process. 

First, there was the announcement that the government was setting up a working group on streaming remuneration for creators. Then, i...

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UK IPO unveils a Metadata Agreement with a two-year commitment from stakeholders to progressively improve data issues

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The British government has made a series of moves suggesting that it will continue to act on the issue of fair remuneration for streaming — the UK's Intellectual Property Office has finally published on May 31 details of its upcoming Metadata Agreement which has been discussed with stakeholders for the past year.

In addition, the Government disclosed on May 30 that it will establish a working group to "explore and consider industry-led actions on remuneration for existing and future creator...

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